Every small business wants to have their business rank on the first page of the search engine results. It’s pretty common knowledge that being ranked on page one increases traffic to your website and, ultimately having new customers find you. But that doesn’t happen without implementing SEO best practices.
As of 2020, there are 1.69 billion users on Facebook, and around 1.3 billion users on Facebook Messenger. Being able to tap into that market can turn your small business from an obscure donkey to a powerful unicorn. If you’re looking to up your game this year, here are seven Facebook marketing trends entrepreneurs should be aware of. – Guest post by Larry Kim, MobileMonkey
We are an impatient society. We want immediate response to our requests. We get frustrated when we have to wait for anything, especially for websites to load. If your website speed does not meet the patience criteria of your visitors, they will hit the back button, sending a signal to Google that your website is not a quality user experience. That behavior over time could affect your search engine ranking.
It’s the time of year where posts on marketing trends are more than abundant. You can find plenty of posts on digital marketing trends. But as I was working on my content audit, I came across a couple of posts on small business marketing trends for the years 2013 and 2014. As I reviewed these, I noticed something very interesting.